Lotus Flower of Life wall tattoo- XXL Mandala Stencil
The lotus flower is widely seen and used in Hinduism and Buddhism, it is a sacred flower in these cultures that symbolizes prosperity, purity, your beauty, inner growth and enlightenment. The entire cycle from nesting the seeds to the emergence of the flower also symbolizes inner growth and the path to enlightenment.
From the darkness a pure flower emerges, untouched by the darkness from which it has found its way to the light. She lives in the light with her roots in the dark. This symbolizes human enlightenment where darkness represents the past.
That the roots always remain in the dark indicates that your past will always be there, but the contrast with the purity of the flower above the water indicates that despite (or perhaps because of) your past you can find enlightenment and you can connecting with the universe.
What does this mandala stand for
A lotus is also called the flower of life. This is an ancient metaphor that represents the interconnectedness of all lives in the universe. It is therefore no surprise that the lotus is nicknamed the 'Flower of Life'. Looking at it or attuning your meditation to it can already lead to big changes.
A mandala starts from one circle and has more and more circles around it. This creates a geometric pattern, similar to a flower. Therefore, the lotus is in associated with the mandala. This 'Flower of Life' is one of the most powerful natural symbols according to sacred geometry.
Geometry is a symbolic language that works with images instead of words. This allows information to be conveyed much more effectively and directly.
The core of the flower of life consists of seven different circles. These circles symbolize the seven days of creation. When you expand these circles outwards, a spatial figure is created. This figure is associated with a human embryo. So: geometry has to do with creation.
If more flowers are added, the flower of life is created as can be seen in Abydos (sacred city in ancient Egypt). In total, the flower of life has 19 different circles, surrounded by two larger circles. You can see the geometric figures as the intersections and centers of the seven circles, connected with lines. The seven circles form the basis for a grid pattern. This makes the geometry easier to understand and more insightful.
What will it bring to your home
With the lotus mandala on your wall you can enjoy endless peace and reflection. Experience the energy that comes from this Mandala to open yourself up for inner growth and your path to enlightenment.
The dimensions of the stencil are 205 x 65 cm (81 x 26").
All our stencils are made of highly durable recyclable plastic on 3mm PVC. They are robust and durable and can be used anywhere, anytime. You will be able to reuse the stencil up to 3-4 times.
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The only thing you need besides the stencil is 0.25 liters of water-based paint and a way to apply the stencil. You can also opt for two Flexa testers, which are exactly enough for the mandala.
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WHAT IS A MANDALA
A mandala makes you aware of infinity and the connection with everything and everyone around you as a mandala has no end and no beginning.
Did you know that a mandala is also used in certain traditions, meditations and rituals? Buddhism and Hinduism in particular make extensive use of mandalas, the famous magic herb of the ancient Greeks, which is already given to Odysseus in Homer by Hermes as a means of protection against Circe's sorceries.
During the Italian renaissance botanists, most likely correctly, recognized in it a species of Allium, as in Greece, as in all Europe, it was regarded as the chief means of averting enchantment. Read more about the origin of Mandalas.
How To Apply Your Mandala With The Stencil
Placing your Holy mandala is very easy thanks to the stencil.
Watch the basic video on the right or check out our how to make a mandala page for a detailed explanation.
Do you have a specific surface? Check out our how-to videos page for more instructions. Can't figure it out, or do you have a question? Please contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or via chat.Download Inspiration Magazine
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Your Mandala stencil is made from reconstituted recyclable plastic. Robust and durable, they can be used wherever and whenever you want.
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